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Ron Paul’s Online Summer School — Cheap!

Written by Gary North on May 28, 2016

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Summer is a good time for high school students to study for CLEP exams and also enroll in Ron Paul’s summer school program. After an academic year of political correctness, your teenager deserves a break. Here is the break: http://www.ronpaulcurriculum.com/public/7472.cfmMy recommendation: take my business course. But I’m biased. Note: if you enroll your child in […]

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A Fanatic With No Skin in the Game

Written by Gary North on May 28, 2016

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On May 19, I posted an article that I wrote in 1980. It was on how to defend private education against the state. You can read it here: http://www.garynorth.com/public/15206.cfmLew Rockwell ran it on May 23. Early in the morning on May 23, I received a letter from a stranger. Its tone was typical of a […]

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How Christian Schools Can Fight Statist Regulations

Written by Gary North on May 21, 2016

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The escalation of Federal and state pressure against the Christian school movement is reaching a crisis stage. Day after day, some pastor or headmaster is put under new bureaucratic regulations. No longer is the battle against the independent schools being left to amateur state attorneys. The big guns are being aimed at the schools, and […]

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No One Is Monitoring the Looming Revolution

Written by Gary North on May 7, 2016

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Salman Khan is the most important revolutionary in education in recorded history. One man’s afterthought by 2015 was educating 26 million students. Khan Academy is a 501(c)3 nonprofit with a mission to change education for the better by providing a free, world-class education for anyone, anywhere. We believe that students of all ages should have […]

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To Become a Boring Writer, Attend College

Written by Gary North on April 30, 2016

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I have written about 15,000 articles and over 50 books. I have written hundreds of advertisements. I have earned my living as a writer ever since 1967 — a very good living. I even wrote a Ph.D. dissertation. I know how to write. They say that old dogs don’t learn new tricks. Well, I am […]

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Triage in Public Education

Written by Gary North on March 19, 2016

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Triage is a battlefield concept out of World War I. A medic brings a severely wounded man on a stretcher into the medical tent. A uniformed physician makes an initial prognosis. The man on the stretcher will probably: 1. Live, no matter what 2. Die, no matter what 3. Survive, but only if he gets […]

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On Editing Wikipedia

Written by Gary North on March 5, 2016

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As I approach retirement I am trying to explore new activities, and recently have registered as a Wikipedia editor. My idea is to start small and revise a few articles about things and people I know. I get the impression that the median type for an editor is “millenial techno-wonk”, conversely I am your classical […]

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